National Parks: The American Experience
Interpretative history of the national parks system proposing the establishment of national parks evolved out of a need to fulfill cultural rather than environmental needs, and examining the problems of maintaining the character and integrity of parks.
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Management in Transition
Ideals and Controversies of Expansion
Decision in Alaska
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